These are strange times for all of us, and that includes the Vermont courts. Several people have asked me recently whether the courts are open, and how they are functioning, so I thought I’d share the answers with all of you.
The case against the Laberge Farm firing range has reached the ears of the Vermont Supreme Court. Located on Lime Kilm Road, the farm has been the focus of many disputes among neighbors, who complain about the unregulated noise levels of the range.
On Monday, April 2, Superior Judge Thomas S. Durkin of the Vermont Environmental Court held that the Old Lantern Barn and property continues to qualify as a legal pre-existing non-conforming use as an event facility.